Some scientists are critical of the march, worried it might backfire, or make scientists appear biased. This is an issue in the scientific community. But whether or not scientists can leave the lab and become a political force is still a question. Richard Whiteford, a climate change activist and communicator is planning to take the train from Philadelphia to D. Whiteford wonders what the long term impact could be.http://clublavoute.ca/pimyh-mujer-busca-hombre.php
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Whiteford says in some ways, the success of any demonstration is dependent on news coverage — but he says like everyone else, scientists can run for office, and they do have the power to boycott companies supporting the Trump Administration. Read their reports on this site, and hear them on public radio stations across Pennsylvania. This collaborative project is funded, in part, through grants from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting , Wyncote Foundation , and William Penn Foundation.
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Susan Phillips tells stories about the consequences of political decisions on people's every day lives. She has worked as a reporter for WHYY since Susan's coverage of the Presidential election resulted in a story on the front page of the New York Times.
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In she traveled to Haiti to cover the earthquake. That same year she produced an award-winning series on Pennsylvania's natural gas rush called "The Shale Game. She has also won several Edward R. Murrow awards for her work with StateImpact. US Steel, Allegheny County have a draft agreement on pollution violations. Gas impact fee revenue rises to 7-year high, boosted by stripper wells.
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